January 17, 2017

Preserving Utah wilderness–Tuesday, November 19

Overlooking the San Rafael Swell, site of the Bureau of Land Management's latest leasing proposals. Photo by Mike Painter.

Overlooking the San Rafael Swell, site of the Bureau of Land Management’s latest leasing proposals. Photo by Mike Painter.

Tuesday, November 19, 7 pm, Bay Chapter Office, 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley.

At the monthly meeting of the Chapter Wilderness Committee, Mike Painter, coordinator of Californians for Western Wilderness (CalUWild), will present a slideshow on the wild landscape of Utah and how you can join in efforts to protect it.

In this wild and beautiful landscape, only a small amount of wilderness has been designated so far, but the threats continue, including oil and gas exploration, uranium mining, potash development, and off-road vehicle abuse.

For more information about CalUWild, see www.caluwild.org. For questions about the program, contact Mike at mike@caluwild.org.

Whether you’ve always wanted to visit Utah, or you have been there and want to know more about current conservation issues, please come. It’s a great chance to see some of the landscapes that make Utah so special!

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